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to do that, steve takoma is that we want to do everything we can to recognize this is an international problem we need to get financed ministers together, to coordinate growth-oriented policies so we did not choke growth with these rising prices. the prices will take money out pockets of consumers. they will be spending less. we want to make sure no one reacts in an inappropriate way, and this learns the lessons of the 1970's. we did not want the central bank of england to start raising rates in anticipation that says gone to have an inflation impact. we want to coordinate this, and i would also have ready? i would not propose it yet -- since then by policies to ask congress to lower payroll taxes for employers and employees. i would be prepared to suspend the major budget cutting tax increasing initiatives we've been talking about in association with the debt limit, which we dealt with a couple of months ago. i would have them ready, because we did not aggravate an already bad problem. on the inflation side, there's no reason to think we're going to go into a 1970's problem. we now do
congress about spending cuts. in 45 minutes, republican representative steve lott correct -- labourette on the federal aviation administration. there was a deal to resume full operation. then, a hearing on u.s.-mexico border security. later, a forum on political unrest in syria. >> the house of representatives has been off eight weeks already this year, including this week. did you get eight weeks of vacation this year? i did not. >> former "russia today close to host -- a "russia today" host takes a slightly more amusing take on the news. >> we are trying to figure out how to make news entertaining and informative again. it has dwindled. >> she will talk about her network and her show sunday night. >> defense secretary leon panetta says congress cannot balance the federal budget by just cutting discretionary spending, which includes the defense department. meeting with reporters at the pentagon, the secretary warned against automatic defense cuts that would be triggered by certain provisions of the debt ceiling bill. this is 45 minutes. >> good afternoon. this is my first press briefin
. this is about half an hour. >> please, have a seat. hello. steve is here. carl levin is here. ideas had a chance to see what you guys are doing. it is very impressive. elizabeth was very patient for me. in a time when they are rightly focused on their economy. all of you are providing a powerful answer. this is one of the most advanced factories in the world. we're coming back from the worst recession we have had in generations. this is why in here today. you cannot bet against the american worker. do not bet on american ingenuity. the reason this exist is because we are a country of unmatched freedom. this is what we are home to the world's most cinnamic in successful businesses. even in these of the gulf times, there's not a single country on earth that would not trade places with us, not one. we have to remember that. we face some tough challenges. you know what they are. you live them every day. in your communities, your families. to many people are out of work. growing again since this started, is not growing fast enough. of what we are facing has to do beyond our control. it is hit with th
to the life and legacy of dr. martin luther king jr. amen and amen. >> thank you very much. steve gersky is a member of the board of the martin luther king memorial foundation. >> on behalf of the board of directors of the martin luther king memorial foundation, welcome. as i watched the today show this morning, they reported on the words that the merriam- webster dictionary people had added to the dictionary, like fist bump and bromance. bromance is the word that best describes our relationship with gary johnson. -- harry johnson. sunday, when you visit the memorial, we hope you will see the definition of breathtaking. although we see dr. martin luther king as a person who spoke for people of color, i see him as someone who spoke for everyone. i was only 8 years old when i stood on the steps of the lincoln memorial and heard him speak. all of us, including this kid from brooklyn, have been molded by the teachings of dr. martin luther king. the dream is among us, hope for something better. the great among us seized the opportunity to take the actions necessary to make their dreams and th
the country. before that announcement, representative steve latourette spoke with reporters in the capital. this half hour contains language some may find offensive. >> thank you for coming. i wish there was a more famous republican to stand in front of you today. i called my friend the speaker yesterday after a witnessed what i considered to be a disgusting display in the press conference in the capital and that occurred in the white house press briefing room yesterday with the secretary of transportation. i asked the speaker if he would be kind enough to invite all of you so i can share a perspective. i do not think any member of the united states house of representatives or senate thinks it is ok for the faa to not be extended while the differences are worked out on a long-term bill. however, i would also add that i was still a member of the committee when the last extension or bill was passed. we have now had 20 extensions. to be completely frank about it, the last serious attempt to come up with a long-term bill in the last congress -- mrs. pelosi was the speaker. the chairman of the
incident . -- dinner. also we'll get an update on libya and talk to steve forbes about the economy. watch more video of the candidates. see what political reporters are saying and track the latest campaign contributions with c-span's website for campaign 2012. easy to use. it helps you navigate the political landscape with twitter fees, updates from the campaigns, candidate bios. all at c-span.org/campaign 2012. >> the official dedication to have martin luther king jr. memorial this weekend. a number of events are scheduled this week to look at the legacy of dr. king. coming up, we'll hear from former secretary of state madeleine albright and musician stevie wonder. this is hosted by the m.l.k. national memorial foundation project. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our mistress of ceremonies for this evening, nbc news chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of msnbc's andrea mitchell reports, andrea mitchell. [applause] >> good evening. good evening and welcome to this very, very special occasion. for all of you who have moved from the building museum and created this beautiful
. this session is what is next for the internet. [unintelligible] steve jobs once said that if you want to predict the future, be best way to predict the future is to invent it. these three gentlemen have all had something to do with the creation of the internet and post-internet. walter isaacson, that when he was at a time as editor, released when the very first internet portals in 1984 called pathfinder. it is still out there today. biz stone and evan williams are co-founders ankle creators of blogger and twitter. both of those inventions will be feeling the repercussions of that for another generation. without further ado, walter isaacson, biz stone, and evan williams. [applause] >> can you put your name tags back on so i can remember them? it does not matter. >> we are going to start with a piece of news about the future of the internet. these are the co-founders of twitter. they are happy to announce today -- >> evan and i and jason, our longtime collaborator, -- he knows he is ball. the three of us have been longtime collaborators and really good friends. our dream was always to b
. steve forbes joins us. then a conversation on the situation in libya with market ginsberg who was a mideast adviser in the carter administration. then, of the health policy professional will discuss the growing cost of medicare. up next, tonight's martin luther king jr. memorial foundation dinner. we will hear from ron kirk and the former secretary of state madeleine albright. after that, a speech by marco rubio. watch more video of the candidates, see what political reporters are saying and track the latest campaign contributions with c-span to upside. this helps you navigate the political landscape. there are links to c-span media partners in the early caucus and primary states. >> with the official dedication of the martin luther king jr. memorial this weekend, a number of events are scheduled this week to look at the legacy of dr. king. coming up, we will hear from former secretary of state madeleine albright and musicians stevie wonder. this is hosted by the mlk national memorial foundation project. >> good evening and welcome to this very special occasion. i want to say
by a reputable economists. for purely fiscal reasons, one should deal with steve concerns. it was agreed to in august. there isn't equally important reason for concern. the cut at least 1.2 trillion measures. some or all may be cut. ito they spake eight basic economic predict it will face the basic economic ones. -- it will face the basic economic ones. i am going to conclude with one assertion about that policy. i think he would agree to this. the best possible outcome for the debate over whether to extend the bush tax cuts would be a deadlock. it's so they all expire. we can begin to talk about how to curb tax expenditures. they can lower rates by some amount. we will have outcomes based on what they describe. i think a likely outcome is that the committee will agree to month -- committee will agree to some cuts. there would be automatic cuts between defense and nondefense. they might well be so large and unacceptable that in the end, the agreement that was just reached in august might be one to which congress returns. as advertised, i am a recovering congressmen. i lay this before the
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